Tottenham and Chelsea could not have started their 2015-16 Premier League campaigns any differently. ESPN FC takes a look at the five biggest questions ahead of Saturday's crunch match.
1. Will Chelsea's mini-revival continue?
It has been a calamitous season for Chelsea, but the last couple of games have offered a hint of hope. Their performances in the past two games, wins against Norwich and Maccabi Tel Aviv, while still not exactly being entirely convincing, suggest Jose Mourinho
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has joined Louis van Gaal in considering Leicester as genuine Premier League title contenders.
Leicester sit at the top of the table after a superb start to the season under Claudio Ranieri -- with Jamie Vardy leading the drive as the division's top goal scorer.
They welcome Van Gaal's second-placed Manchester United to the King Power Stadium on Saturday evening looking to recreate their famous 5-3 win over the Red Devils last season.
While Leicester are the team with...
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas says that Neymar will one day take over from Lionel Messi as the world's best player -- although it will be difficult for the Brazilian to match the Argentine's consistent level of performances over such a long time.
Messi, 28, won his first Ballon d'Or trophy in 2009 and is tipped to take the award for the fifth time at the 2015 ceremony next January.
He is already the top scorer in both Barcelona and La Liga history, and with his club has won four Champions Leagues...